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Bills Wednesday injury report is short and sweet

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NFL: New England Patriots at Buffalo BillsDouglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

The team is looking pretty healthy.

The Buffalo Bills travel to Cleveland for the return of the Browns-Bills saga this weekend, and they’re coming into the game with a short and sweet injury report. The team’s Wednesday practice report only features four named players, and two of them (Ty Nsekhe and Lorenzo Alexander) were on planned veteran rest days.

The only injuries of note are safety Kurt Coleman (hamstring) and cornerback Kevin Johnson (knee). Both were limited participants in practice. Coleman suffered his injury a couple weeks ago, while Johnson was banged up during Sunday’s win. Both players are day-to-day at the moment, and they might be available this week if all goes well.

That’s pretty much it for the daily report. However, backup linebacker (and special teams stalwart) Maurice Alexander did land on Injured Reserve this week with his knee injury. The Bills signed defensive tackle Corey Liuget to take his spot on the roster.

The Browns are a little more banged-up than Buffalo right now. While they’re expecting running back Kareem Hunt to make his season debut, defensive end Olivier Vernon did not practice on Wednesday. The Browns also have to think about playing on a short week, facing the Steelers on Thursday Night Football in eight days.

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